1Hilarious time-lapse video of restless three-year-old twin boys being put to bed
Footage captures her putting one child to bed before the other peeps his head out from the door of an adjoining room. Over and over she goes back and forth to tend to each child, with the same sequence repeating.
Ms Jonassen said she's been struggling to get her twins to sleep for a few weeks now due to "extremely hot weather and long, sunny days" and has been experimenting with different techniques.
Usually the boys share a room, but a friend suggested she should try separating them to keep their sleep in check. Pretty certain the method wouldn't work, she decided to film it. The result is hilarious.
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2Amazing photorealistic time-lapse drawing of Robin Williams
It's incredible how much her drawing looks like a real photo of Williams. No wonder this took her around 30 hours to do, the details are astonishing.
3Breathtaking time-lapse video of Paris
The video, which was shot over three weeks, features the City of Light's famous landmarks, as well as some dramatic shots of its newer buildings.
4A time-lapse selfie taken daily over an eight year period
He shot 2,900 photos daily from September 2006 to August 2014 with way too few smiles. This guy's giving us a tour of his life and even he's not all that impressed!
5Time-lapse video of toddler refusing to smash up his birthday treat for photoshoot
Instead of happily getting messy, little Josh Holford did everything but, and spent an hour crawling around the studio.
Bradley, who runs Blinc Photography in East Grinstead, East Sussex, came up with the idea of shooting children bashing cakes after seeing pictures of messy babies. The photographer – who also works in marketing – has been shooting for the last ten years, but reckons little Josh was his most trying client.
The youngster eventually ended up covered in some of the cake, although he didn't fully demolish it as planned, but Bradley turned the session into a funny time-lapse video which went viral.
6Amazing time-lapse video of the 49ers Levi's Stadium construction
7Time-lapse video of Panama Canal Traffic
8Daughter aging from 0 to 14 time-lapse video
Hofmeester, who has also produced footage of his son Vince growing up, said he makes these time-lapse videos because it has been a way for him to bond with his children. He used the Saturday morning shoots as an opportunity to ask them how their weeks went and about their likes and dislikes.
9The beauty of pregnancy summed up in a 6 second time-lapse video
Video producer Ian Padgham and painter Claire Pasquier documented her entire pregnancy in a perfectly time-lapsed 6 second video. For nine months, Claire was filmed in the same room wearing the same clothes. The only thing that changed was her growing belly which eventually turned into a cute little newborn.
The Vine required about two frames per month. He and Claire would watch it together as the pregnancy progressed.